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I love photos...I can't resist snapping them and everywhere I go I am capturing something...

Did you know that The {NewNew} has some seriously talented photographers on the team…? These adventurers capture the moment in their fine art prints that range from street art to landscapes to still life and even underwater photography, their photos are sure to impress. are some of my favorites, sure to put a smile on your face!!

Deborah, from, took this photo in Prague and it has been shown in galleries in NY and NJ.

Kelly, from, took this lovely photo in Sheep's Meadow in Central Park on a stunning summer day!

Kelly, from, captures NYC street art and graffiti in her fine art prints. I love this photo for reminding me...'It's OK'.

Terence, from, focuses on underwater photography who says his vision is "preserving fragile, fleeting moments of natural beauty".

Angel, from, captures the beauty of what she calls "...ordinary and forgotten buildings..." around NYC. She says she takes photos of "anything that makes me stop dead on my tracks".

Jennifer, from, creates modern hip wall art using photos she takes around NYC. This one "B is for Bike" is so vibrant and fun!
Want to see more work by these and more {NewNew} photographers? Search on using the keyword 'newnewteam', then narrow down by category choosing Art -> Photography.

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Three Wintry Landscape Paintings from the Brooklyn Museum's Collection

Did you know that the Brooklyn Museum's collection is now viewable online?
You may access it by clicking here.

I am enjoying viewing their online collection a great deal. I thought it would be fun for me, and wonderful for you, to view three very lovely wintry landscapes in the Museum's collection. :)

This beautiful painting was created by French artist, Victor Charreton in 1899, and is entitled, "Wet Snow, Auvergne." I love the use of color here and especially the use of the color purple.

Here is a beautiful painting, by American artist, Francis Guy, that is entitled, "Winter Scene in Brooklyn," ca. 1819-1820. I adore the fabulous cloud formations in this piece.

This painting, entitled, "Snow Scene" was created by American painter, Emile Branchard, ca.1920s-1930s. I love the sense of space in this painting; one can almost feel the bitter cold in this lonely landscape.

by Nina Kuriloff